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The Battles of Ypres, 1917 (Third Ypres) – The Long, Long Trail

31 July – 10 November 1917: the Battles of Ypres, 1917.. The British finally got what they had wanted since 1914: the […]

WW1 battle map (free!) : battlemaps

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A dark,grim and brutal depiction of an aftermath of a WW1 battle.

A dark,grim and brutal depiction of an aftermath of a WW1 battle.

Zeppelins were capable of great devastation, as pictured here on a raid in England where soldiers are seen standing above a huge crater caused by the bombings. Wreckage is strewn around the ground and nearby buildings have been damaged with bricks and roof tiles blasted apart

Twenty years before the Blitz Germany launched devastating bombing attacks on Britain using Zeppelins which caused destruction in London and other cities for three years.

The Western Front, 1914-18. Historical map.

The Western Front, 1914-18. Historical map. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images

How 250,000 British soldiers were slaughtered in the muddy hellhole of Passchendaele - as stunning colour pictures marking its centenary bring horrific battle to life

THE piercing charge whistle ringing in their ears, the first wave of British troops climb out of the rain-drenched trenches of northern Belgium to be met by a shelled-out swamp of muck and misery. …